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Lifescreen is an English heavy-rock band from Leeds, West Yorkshire, formed in 2007. The band is made up of two former members of the alternative-metal band Nerve Engine. It is influenced by bands including Alice in Chains, Tool and Kings X.


1. History. (История)

After formation, the band self-released one EP in 2007, closely followed in 2008, their first full-length album, Deprogramming. The album has achieved great reviews in magazines, including black velvet. He described the album as "a solid piece of melodic rock" and "a good album with some very promising sounds". Radio stations, including BBC introducing, 106.1 Radio XS, Kerrang radio and TotalRock interest and regularly participate in the group playlists.

The groups full-length album, connections was released in January 2010 to Great critical response," given that Lifescreen have turned out a genuine diamond without any outside help just goes to show that they are the group that would benefit extremely to be picked up and support the fantastic start and promise theyve shown so far" – Uber rock. In support of the release, the band toured with groups including pain of salvation, earthtone9, mammals and father. EP sessions "monkey", was released in 2012. They recorded a cover of the song crazy horses the OSMONDS in guest vocals by Doug Pinnick of kings X.

The new EP, whispers in the storm, should be released in the spring of 2019.


2. Discography. (Дискография)

EPs. (ЭПС)

  • A Whisper In The Storm 2019.
  • Extended Play #1 2007.
  • The Lockup Sessions 2012.

Singles. (Синглы)

  • Crazy Horses feat. dUg Pinnick of Kings X 2013.
  • Opting Out 2011. (Отказ 2011)
  • Better 2012. (Лучше 2012)
  • business. After the split, Mark Burrows and Andy Richards went on to form Lifescreen band Chrome 2001 Underneath The Sprawl 2003 Red Son Rising 2005
  • Morse, The Frames, KMFDM, Electric Six, Pretty Maids, Tigertailz, and Lifescreen Westlife covered the song live in 2003, and even performed the song alongside
  • Slave to the Empire lead vocals on the track Tooth Nail 2012 Lifescreen Crazy Horses, vocals 2013 Klank, Urban Warfare, vocals on the track
  • Armstrong Music Johnny Powell Jonny The Firth Kath and The Mighty Menace Lifescreen Lou Gibbs Louise Distras Luva Gunk Man Get Out March of the Defiants Matt
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